Turkey struggles to repel multiple threats

Fight against PKK, Isis and Erdogan’s domestic enemies

Renzi needs a banking plan that will work

Italy’s prime minister is running out of time to recapitalise the sector

Italy rescues bank after EU plea snubbed

Germany vetoes request to ease rules during Brexit turmoil

Eastern Europe shuns EU integration

Visegrad countries blame Juncker for pushing UK towards Brexit

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 28: Stephen Crabb, Secretary of State for Wales, addresses delegates at the Conservative party conference on September 28, 2014 in Birmingham, England. The governing Conservative party are holding their yearly conference over the next four days. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Tory race narrows Brexit divorce options

Candidates are all challenging integrity of EU’s four freedoms

Brexit – Europe plots a bank heist

London-based companies may need to move chunks of their business — but which cities in the EU will benefit most?

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Should they May or should they Gove now?

Tory leadership race: battle has begun and is already bloodier than imagined, writes Sebastian Payne

Europe’s bank regulator eyes London exit

Uncertainty over bank occupiers chills London property market

EU must share some blame for Brexit

The European Commission leaders epitomise image of a technocratic elite, writes Lubomir Zaoralek

Brexit contagion could consume France

The French no longer dream of Europe, writes Philippe Le Corre

AB InBev faces antitrust probe in Belgium

Regulator to examine whether brewer has ‘abused its dominant position’ in its home market

Brexit gives Dombrovskis sway over banks

Former Latvian PM inherits EU financial services brief

ECB keeps calm and carries on

Central bank dismisses UK as ‘not a major economic area’

Brexit threatens City of London: a Q&A

UK’s exit from the EU threatens a key industry for London

Publicis head sees start-up win for France

Maurice Lévy says investment will switch to Europe after Brexit vote

Trade body hails UK’s post-Brexit future

London will remain an asset management powerhouse, says the IA

US urges EU to ease austerity after Brexit

Obama administration to encourage UK to ‘raise its game’ in Nato

France warned over 2017 deficit target

National auditor says 2016 numbers leave no room for spending

Renzi rebuffed on bank bail-in sidestep

Merkel and ECB dismiss Italy PM’s bid to exploit Brexit turmoil

Eurozone can weather storm, says ECB

Vice-president maintains upbeat stance in face of lower growth

Turkey bombs increase risks to economy

Security fears hit tourism industry already reeling from attacks

Capital markets union plan to sideline City

While London bankers doubt project has future, EU wants to press on

EU leaders hope Brexit lessons spread

UK’s economic pain since Leave vote could deter Eurosceptics

English is about to lose its crown in Europe

Business lingua franca can be undermined by political regulation

M&A hit by Brexit and Trump uncertainty

Advisers say companies have pressed the ‘pause’ button on planned deals


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